Great news for the BizTalk community, for the third time the BizTalkCrew (Steef-Jan Wiggers, Tord Glad Nordahl, Nino Crudele, Saravana Kumar and me) are hosting the BizTalk Innovation Day, a one-day event focused purely on Microsoft BizTalk Server/BizTalk Services and related topics, in Norway!
The two previous BizTalk Innovation Day editions in Norway were carried out in Stavanger, this time the event will be held in Oslo, Thursday, September 25, 2014, from 9:00 AM to 6:30 PM at MESH AS, Tordenskiolds Gate 3, 0160 Oslo, Norway (see more information about the event and sign up here: BizTalk Innovation Day Sign up)
About my session…
Last year I had the opportunity to talk about BizTalk Mapping Patterns and Best Practices, this session led me to write a book about this topic, a book that I have been writing for the past 12 months… more news will be released during the event.
This year I decide not to choose any topic and leave this task to the host of the event. So I ask Tord Glad Nordahl, please choose a topic that the Norwegian community wants to hear me speak, that pleases and interest them, I can speak about whatever you want! So it’s not my fault that Tord chose a similar topic … my session will be this year about transformation in BizTalk Services, here is the abstract:
Migrating current BizTalk Server projects to BizTalk Services or starting new BizTalk Services projects can provide some challenges because although the developing experience is very similar, we are still talking about a new integration platform on Azure, and one of the main differences in the way we apply messages transformation with the new Transform Designer.
In this session, we will see the main differences between BizTalk Mapper Design (BizTalk Server) and the Transform Designer (BizTalk Services) and will address several other topics as:
- How can we migrate existing maps by using the BizTalk Map Migration Tool and what are the limitations?
- Can we use the existent maps in BizTalk Services projects?
However, mainly we address and explain how you can apply some common mapper problems, how the editor works, what are the functionalities and hopefully you will enhance new skills on BizTalk Services transformations
People interested in BizTalk Server/BizTalk Services and integration on several different levels, developers, administrators, and architects. There is something for everyone
So we invite you all to join us next September 25, 2014, in Oslo, Norway, where you can count with the following agenda:
08:45 – 09:00: Registration/Welcome/Kick-Off;
09:00 – 10:00: Hitchhiker’s guide to the integration with Microsoft Azure BizTalk Service
by Steef-Jan Wiggers [Microsoft Integration MVP];
10:00 – 11:00: The Future of Integration
by Richard Seroter [Microsoft Integration MVP];
11:00 – 11:30: Break;
11:30 – 12:30: Developing like an Integration Person
by Nino Crudele [Microsoft Integration MVP];
12:30 – 13:30: Lunch;
13:30 – 14:30: Top 10 features we added in BizTalk360 in 2014
by Saravana Kumar [Microsoft Integration MVP];
14:30 – 15:30: The new Transform Designer available in BizTalk Services
by Sandro Pereira [Microsoft Integration MVP];
15:30 – 16:00: Break;
16:00 – 17:00: Developers Vs. Operation
by Tord Glad Nordahl [Microsoft Integration MVP];
17:00 – 22:00: Networking/Drinks
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Last year was like this….
It was the biggest BizTalk event organized in Norway with a total of 70 people attended in this two days event, 6 Microsoft Integration MVP’s present as speakers and 1 member of Microsoft Product group, these are some of the numbers that reflect the huge success of this event!
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Again, Reserve your ticket at http://www.biztalk360.com/Events/BizTalk-Innovation-day-2014-Norway/ and we are looking forward to welcoming you to Oslo for the BizTalk Innovation Day Norway on September, 25!